Microsoft has just launched a new video series called Microsoft Unboxed, with the goal of providing you with a rare look at what happens behind the scenes when engineers start working on new products. The idea is to offer users inside access at how everything comes to be in the Microsoft world. First video of this new...

Sabotage! The browser world is still reeling from the news of Microsoft switching to the Chromium engine for its Edge web browser, the same underlying technology that Google uses for Chrome. While many were delighted with this development, others were left less than impressed. However, it appears that there may be...

PWAs, rather. Microsoft has not had much luck when it comes to official clients on Windows 10, but third-party developers are not sitting still now that the Progressive Web Apps platform is here. This is a whole new category of applications, support for which was recently added in the OS. With the upcoming Spring...

But the Surface line isn’t going anywhere! Right? Not the most ideal news, but Microsoft has made the decision to close its Surface support Twitter account. And instead is pushing customers towards the Microsoft Support Twitter account for all queries and questions that they have for its products. For what it’s worth,...

Microsoft released a new commercial that shows some of the tweaks made in Windows 8.1. What’s particularly interesting is that Windows 8.1 is wisely not mentioned in the ad. Consumers are confused enough and don’t need even more distractions. The Next Web have pointed out that the video’s description on Youtube has the...

The release of a new operating platform is always a big occasion, and when the OS in question is Windows, there is nothing bigger, neither for consumers nor for cybercriminals. Malicious entities did their best to exploit the situation with Windows 8, and now they are back in full force with the newest flavor of...

As long as there are no consumer causalities, a bit of a skirmish between technology titans is good entertainment. Microsoft and Google, however, are on the path of a full blown war, it seems. Google, as we reported earlier today, once again blocked the YouTube app that Microsoft created for Windows Phone users. And...

Boy, here we go with the childish games. Microsoft and Google have a touchy relationship, and nowhere else is this more evident in the domain of mobile apps. While Redmond readily codes for the Android and iOS platforms, Google so far has shy away from Metro apps. The search engine giant has only developed a couple of...

In its bid to get ever closer to end users, Microsoft has put up several avenues from Internet video channels to official blogs and everything in between. Now the company has launched a new YouTube channel that goes by the name of SparkedTV. This new YouTube channel is going to be used to advertise some of the most...

Google and Microsoft are at it again. The two technology titans have been skirmishing on a lot of different fronts, and these have extended to media campaigns against the companies. The latest in this saga is that YouTube (owned by Google, obviously) has sent Microsoft a cease and desist letter, demanding the...